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Charlie Flowers

Charlie Flowers
Born June 28, 1937
Marianna, Arkansas
Position(s) FB
College University of Mississippi
Statistics
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Teams
1960
1961
1962
AFL Los Angeles Chargers
AFL San Diego Chargers
AFL New York Titans
College Football Hall of Fame, 50101

Charlie Flowers (born June 28, 1937) is a retired American football player. He played for the University of Mississippi and was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1997. In December 1959, he was signed by the National Football League's New York Giants. However, in order to retain his eligibility to play in the Sugar Bowl, he requested to keep the contract a secret until January 2, 1960. Wellington Mara accepted this request and the team did not submit the contract to Pete Rozelle for approval. Later in December, the American Football League's Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers offered him more money to play for them. He accepted their offer and withdrew from his contract with the Giants. The Giants attempted to enforce the contract, but their plea was rejected due to their unclean hands.[1] He later played for the New York Titans.

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